Riders Jacket Waxed Canvas Rust

$ 400

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PLEATED RIDERS JACKET

  • 10oz Martexin waxed canvas
  • Front pleat detail
  • Southwestern printed body liner from Japan
  • Satin lined sleeves from Japan
  • Elastic bands on interior of jacket for shoulder gusset
  • Custom metal trims from Kentucky
  • SB Tanning Co leather patch
  • 1/8" double needle stitch detail
  • Interior pocket
  • Small, Medium, Large, X-Large
  • Sewn in USA 

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If for any reason you are not happy with your purchase, you may return the items postmarked within 14 calendar days of receipt for an online store credit or refund to your original method of payment. Please note that original shipping charges are non-refundable. Items must be returned in their original condition (unworn, unwashed, unaltered) with the tags attached. After 14 days, we can only offer an exchange or online store credit.

 

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Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
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Christy Smith
My son's 40th birthday

For my son's 40th birthday he requested the "Kayse Dutton" jacket from "Yellowstone". I ordered the size M for him, which was just a tiny bit small, so he returned it for a large. Andrew from Freenote Cloth was very helpful to my son in making the exchange. I was a bit disappointed that the dark brown was not available, but my son was equally happy with his second-choice color. He has referred to this jacket as an heirloom that he will hand down to his son.

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Jacob Sonnenberg
Best waxed jacket

I've had the riders jacket for a little while now and can it's by far the best jacket I have in the lineup. I owned a few other jackets from some other comparable brands, specifically the RGT Ridgeline jacket. Sizing was really hard for the RGT jacket and I ended up getting rid of mine because of the sleeve length. This Freenote riders jacket was better in every way, sizing was perfect (XL for me at 6'6 215lbs) and I really like the color of this rust fabric. The details are on point too with the adjustable waist tabs and the southwestern liner in the body. I can't wait to get some wear and character to see how it ages. Also can't wait to add some more Freenote to the wardrobe.

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Jay
Classic freenote quality

This jacket is so great, I bought 2. First a large that was a bit too tight for my liking as I have broad shoulders (6ft1, 165lb) which was gifted to a friend/employee, and then an XL which is now my favorite jacket. Wears great over a flannel or a shirt, and I can move to put my seat belt on in my truck.

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Will Duffield
Best waxed jacket yet

Waxed jackets have been a bit of an obsession for me. I own several from other brands such as RGT, Flint and Tinder, Taylor Stitch and while all those are good, this is my new favorite. The heavier canvas, gusseted shoulders for movement and that awesome southwestern print lining really dial it up to an 11. I'm 6'2" 194lbs, large fits perfectly. This version of the Rust colorway did come with the red pattern liner vs the black shown in the pictures. However, I actually like it better now that I have it in hand. Fine work as always, Freenote!

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Derek F
Amazing Jacket

This jacket kicks ass. Rust is a good description but I really think of it as a shade of brown that sits in between the tobacco and oak colors. It looks a little more orange/red to me in the pictures here than it does in person. I think it's an amazing looking jacket that fits great. The gussets are awesome and let you actually move around and get shit done while you're wearing the jacket.

My jacket from the most recent run also came with the same red/yellow/blue liner from the current oak and tobacco rider jackets. I was pleasantly surprised as I think it's a better looking liner than the black/red/yellow one pictured here.

The first weekend I had the jacket, I wore it out to lunch/shopping with my family and had somebody ask me about it. In my 40 years, I can't say that I've ever had somebody stop me and ask me about a piece of clothing I was wearing.

It's a pretty rare thing that something can hold up to actual work on the ranch and still look great when you wear it out to dinner. I can't think of anything bad to say about this jacket and just wish I had bought one sooner.

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We are excited to offer two new colors of our most popular jacket, the Waxed Canvas Riders Jacket. Both the Rust and Charcoal versions are made of water resistant 10.10 ounce Martexin waxed canvas. This is the same USA made waxed canvas that we use in our classic Tobacco and Oak Riders Jackets. For the liner, we used a limited edition colorway of our signature southwestern print. Due to the limited nature of this liner, the Rust and Charcoal Riders Jackets are limited to 40 examples each.

The Riders Jacket, or RJ-1 for short, was one of the first jackets we ever designed. It is a unique mix of a classic ranch jacket combined with a riding jacket. The front pleats expand with movement along with the shoulder gussets in the back. Construction highlights include 1/8” stitch details and custom metal hardware made exclusively for Freenote Cloth. The RJ-1 is equipped with our signature action back for added mobility. Hidden elastic bands in the interior of the jacket help keep the shoulder gussets in place and allow for ease of movement in this heavy piece. In addition, the sleeves are lined with a cotton/rayon blend to make the jacket easier to put on and take off.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
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Christy Smith
My son's 40th birthday

For my son's 40th birthday he requested the "Kayse Dutton" jacket from "Yellowstone". I ordered the size M for him, which was just a tiny bit small, so he returned it for a large. Andrew from Freenote Cloth was very helpful to my son in making the exchange. I was a bit disappointed that the dark brown was not available, but my son was equally happy with his second-choice color. He has referred to this jacket as an heirloom that he will hand down to his son.

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Jacob Sonnenberg
Best waxed jacket

I've had the riders jacket for a little while now and can it's by far the best jacket I have in the lineup. I owned a few other jackets from some other comparable brands, specifically the RGT Ridgeline jacket. Sizing was really hard for the RGT jacket and I ended up getting rid of mine because of the sleeve length. This Freenote riders jacket was better in every way, sizing was perfect (XL for me at 6'6 215lbs) and I really like the color of this rust fabric. The details are on point too with the adjustable waist tabs and the southwestern liner in the body. I can't wait to get some wear and character to see how it ages. Also can't wait to add some more Freenote to the wardrobe.

J
Jay
Classic freenote quality

This jacket is so great, I bought 2. First a large that was a bit too tight for my liking as I have broad shoulders (6ft1, 165lb) which was gifted to a friend/employee, and then an XL which is now my favorite jacket. Wears great over a flannel or a shirt, and I can move to put my seat belt on in my truck.

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Will Duffield
Best waxed jacket yet

Waxed jackets have been a bit of an obsession for me. I own several from other brands such as RGT, Flint and Tinder, Taylor Stitch and while all those are good, this is my new favorite. The heavier canvas, gusseted shoulders for movement and that awesome southwestern print lining really dial it up to an 11. I'm 6'2" 194lbs, large fits perfectly. This version of the Rust colorway did come with the red pattern liner vs the black shown in the pictures. However, I actually like it better now that I have it in hand. Fine work as always, Freenote!

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Derek F
Amazing Jacket

This jacket kicks ass. Rust is a good description but I really think of it as a shade of brown that sits in between the tobacco and oak colors. It looks a little more orange/red to me in the pictures here than it does in person. I think it's an amazing looking jacket that fits great. The gussets are awesome and let you actually move around and get shit done while you're wearing the jacket.

My jacket from the most recent run also came with the same red/yellow/blue liner from the current oak and tobacco rider jackets. I was pleasantly surprised as I think it's a better looking liner than the black/red/yellow one pictured here.

The first weekend I had the jacket, I wore it out to lunch/shopping with my family and had somebody ask me about it. In my 40 years, I can't say that I've ever had somebody stop me and ask me about a piece of clothing I was wearing.

It's a pretty rare thing that something can hold up to actual work on the ranch and still look great when you wear it out to dinner. I can't think of anything bad to say about this jacket and just wish I had bought one sooner.